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by princy william (2019-05-16)

Researchers are saying that a LumaSlim single bout of exercise can be considered a relatively slow method of burning fat. They are also discovering that women who exercise the most do not lose significantly more weight than those who do the minimum amount of exercise. They also discovered that people who work out often undo all the good they have done by eating the wrong foods afterward. The Daily Telegraph recently reported that a study carried out by the researchers at the University of Leeds discovered that people asked to do supervised exercise to lose weight, also increased the amount they ate and reduced their intake of fruit and vegetables. Regular exercise is not enough on its own but in addition needs a healthy diet if the person concerned is to lose weight. New findings are indicating that "all fat is not created equal". Fat was thought to be something that the body stored as excess energy. When the body needs to use this energy the fats stores are used up. What is happening currently is that these fat stores are not being used up and the layers of fat are simply increasing. Although fat stored beneath the skin of the hips and thighs is known to offer us protection, belly fat is a different story. This fat is thought to increase the risk of metabolic diseases such as diabetes. Researchers are now looking into ways of reprogramming belly fat so that the effects of obesity can be reduced. If they can do this then the even though a person may still be obese at least they will be less inclined to suffer weight related diseases. Research is also being carried out into the possibility of activating the brown fat stores as brown fat acts in a similar way to muscle. Two ounces of brown fat is able to burn between 400 and 500 calories a day. When I think about all the people I've met trekking over the last 7 years, I don't remember anyone saying they were trekking to lose weight. Maybe some weren't comfortable admitting it, but I think that, broadly speaking, weight loss isn't a big factor in why people go trekking. But honestly, why on earth not? So many of my friends are almost obsessed with losing weight and keeping the ideal body shape. I guess it's a mentality thing. Or perhaps just not as fashionable going trekking in the wild as going to a trendy gym for workout an hour or two now and then. God knows... But the truth is, trekking is one of the best ways to lose weight! Don't believe me? Read on.